The Capsule Wardrobe | The Problem with Shopping Addictions

Hat: Marks and Spencers, Black Blazer: Zara, Blanket scarf: Zara, Grey v-neck: H&M, Jeggings: Dorothy Perkins (2013/14), Red and White thick socks: Primark, Workmen Boots: George by Asda

Guys all I can think about is Spring and Summer. I can honestly promise you only one thing; if you are a bit of a shopping addict when you begin the capsule wardrobe challenge you will spend a great deal of time thinking about your next one. Or at least, I do.

So now it’s all about the warmer months. So much so that I have been following huge amounts of Australian style bloggers to start building my basics for SS15.

Now obviously the other problem with spending great deals of time planning for the next season means that I can on occasion feel a little lost in my current wardrobe. I have definitely started transitioning the way I wear my winter wardrobe through wearing more of the paler items and making sure I don’t always pair dark colours together. I am also desperately trying to avoid the colour combinations, which I found myself stuck in continually repeating.

Back to Spring, get ready for me to talk an awful lot more about lighter colours! I am so excited to introduce new colours and patterns into my wardrobe. I am also intending to focus less on amounts and more on creating a solid summer wardrobe which can be brought forward each year and be as relevant that year as it was the last.

I am still working out the basics of it all but let me tell you guys I have never been so excited about Breton stripes, denim, floral’s and pale blue and lavender everything!

My hat didn’t like being worn with this scarf however, but I figure that jaunty angle adds a little, no?

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